Utah Admin. Code R436-4-10 - Delayed Registration of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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(1) If the parent or parents of a stillborn child request a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth for the stillborn child that has not been registered within one year after the date of delivery, the state registrar shall search for the certificate of fetal death required under Section 26-2-14.
(2) If a certificate of fetal death for the stillborn was registered in the state of Utah, the state registrar shall provide the parent or parents a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth based on the facts on the certificate of fetal death, with no additional documentary evidence required. Correction of errors or omissions on the original certificate of fetal death will be made in accordance with R436-3, except that an affidavit from one parent is sufficient to establish the name of the stillborn child.
(3) If a certificate of fetal death was not registered for the stillborn, the minimum facts that the applicant must establish by documentary evidence to register the birth resulting in stillbirth are:
(a) date of delivery.
(b) place of delivery.
(c) full maiden name of the mother.
(d) full name of the father, except that if the mother was not married either at the time of conception or at any time during the pregnancy, the name of the father shall not be entered on the certificate except as provided in 436-3-5.
(e) gestation of 20 weeks or more, as reported by the physician in attendance.
(f) name of delivery attendant.